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which of the following dose not have a value of 1. a. 9^0, b. 3^1, c. 1^9, d. none of the above- all of the above have a value of 1.
Weegy: All of the above have a value of 1. (More)
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The following of 3^1 dose not have a value of 1.
9^0=1, 1^9=1.
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in the following expression, which operation should you perform first? (-3)(4) + (7 - 8 x 3) - 5^2
Weegy: The answer for ( 7)-(-3) ( 16)-( 8) is 47. you would first do what is in parinthesis (More)
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In the following expression, The perform you should do first is simplify the math question , calculate multiplication first and then calculate addition and subtraction .(-3 )(4) is the first multiplication we should calculate.
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a music store sold 10 more CDs on monday than on tuesday. the total number of CDs sold over the two days was 40. which of the following equations could be used to find out how many CDs were sold on tuesday? a. x(x + 10) = 40, b. 2x - 10 = 40, c. x + (x + 10) = 40, d. x +10x = 40
Weegy: d. x 10x = 40 User: how many CDs were sold on monday? a. 10, b. 15, c. 20, d. 25 (More)
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A music store sold 10 more cds on monday than tuesday. The total number of cds sold over the two days was 40. The number of cds that were sold on monday is 25 cds.
There were x cds sold on Tuesday. There were x+10 cds sold on Monday. There were 40 cds sold overall over the two days. So x+(x+10) = 40 is the equation you use.

Solving the equation,
x+(x+10) = 40, or
2x + 10 = 40, or
2x = 30, or
x = 15.

But on Monday, x+10 = 15+10 = 25 cds were sold.
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theslope of a line is negative if? a. the line is horizontal. b. the line rises as it moves from left to right. c. the line falls as it moves from left to right. d. none of the above- the slope of a line is never negative.
Weegy: theslope of a line is negative if?Answer is d. none of the above- the slope of a line is never negative. (More)
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The slope of a line is negative if: c. the line falls as it moves from left to right.
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what is the equation of the line? a. 2y = x + 3, b. y = -2x + 1, c. x + y = 4, d. y = 2x - 2
Weegy: The answer is A. [smile] User: i had the answer a but i got it wrong. (More)
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You stated to the user that you could not answer the question because you can not see the line. Then answered "The answer is A"

As a Weegy Expert, you must answer your questions accurately.

Also, asking the user "Is that all." is a little rude. Try "Is there anything else I can help you with?" or "Did you have another question?"
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